Carrie Underwood has explained the reason behind the ending of her video for “Drinking Alone”.

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The video, which was first released in November 2019, sees Underwood act as a singer who uses whiskey the numb her heartache.

As the song continues, the country music star is joined by a man who appears to be in a similar situation.


While it’s clear that the characters have some chemistry, Underwood has revealed the reason why they didn’t end the evening together.

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“I was like, ‘I don’t want her like going home with him,'” she said in an interview with the UMG Nashville record label.

Instead of finishing up with a saucy one night stand, the video ends more realistically, as the pair go their separate ways.

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She added: “I don’t want any of that. I just want it to be like, ‘Okay we’ll just hang out. We’ll drink. We’ll maybe share a corner booth kiss.’”